Charlie Rose’s presence on national broadcast television has been suspended and may be over. On Monday, CBS News, where Rose has been a cohost of CBS This Morning and has been a correspondent at 60 Minutes, announced it has suspended its relationship with Rose because of allegations that Rose sexually harassed employees and potential employees of Charlie Rose, Inc., which produces the Charlie Rose interview show that Rose hosts. Meanwhile, Bloomberg has suspended its taping and airing of the Charlie Rose show, and PBS has suspended its distribution of the show.
In 2013, Rose interviewed libertarian communicator Ron Paul, who had earlier in the year completed his time as a member of the United States House of Representatives. The in-depth interview begins with Paul responding to Rose’s request for an explanation of what libertarianism means to Paul, which leads to a discussion regarding the application of libertarian ideas in various scenarios. In the 22-minute interview, Paul addresses topics including the American economy, Paul’s book The School Revolution, and several US foreign policy matters.
Watch the complete interview here:
Reprinted with permission from the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity.